CNN's Wolf Blitzer spoke with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel at City Hall today. A full transcript of the interview is posted at CNN.com and a highlight is after the jump. Tomorrow, Blitzer will sit down with former President Bill Clinton to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative, economic recovery and domestic job creation.
Piers Morgan's interview with U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy airs Thursday night at 9pmET/PT, and the rising star talks about one-time #1 golfer in the world, Tiger Woods. "Obviously I respect everything Tiger has done and as a kid I was in awe of what he was doing," said McIlroy. "But I'm supposed to be a competitor of his now, so I can't be in awe of what he does."
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In an exclusive interview, Nic Robertson (@nicrobertsoncnn) speaks with Yemeni Vice President Abdu Rabu Mansoor Hadi, in his first interview with a western television network.
The interview will be released in two parts. Transcript of part one available after the jump. FULL POSTYemeni VP: Saleh's return date is 'a decision up to the doctors'
CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer will broadcast live from Chicago today and tomorrow.
Wolf Blitzer will interview Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel at City Hall today. Tomorrow, Blitzer will sit down with former President Bill Clinton to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative, economic recovery and domestic job creation.
Tune in to The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer on CNN from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET.BLITZER’S BLOG: Sitting down with Rahm Emanuel and Bill Clinton in Chicago
Tonight, the Oscar-winning actress opens up to Piers Morgan about love and marriage, her turbulent childhood, politics and much more. Here, she explains to Piers her thoughts on marriage and why it may not be something that is personally important to her.
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CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien (@soledad_obrien) reports on a battle that is dividing communities in West Virginia and beyond. On one side are coal miners, their families, and the mining industry who are collectively supportive of mountain top removal – a destructive, yet highly-effective form of strip mining. On the other side of this debate is a mix of interests: community activists, environmentalists, and the EPA feel mountaintop removal threatens the environment; and still others feel the practice threatens future coal mining. All sides feel their arguments support a way of life that has existed for generations. With nearly 50 percent of America’s relatively inexpensive electrical power still coming from coal, it’s a battle whose outcome affects everyone.